The pace, time, and attention to detail associated with listing, marketing, showing, negotiating, and eventually closing on the sale of a home or property is understandably exhausting! During the buying process, we realize prospective buyers typically employ multiple visits, assesssments, appraisals, home inspections, and other reviews to ensure their upcoming investment is a sound decision.
Our call to duty usually necessitates at the 11th hour when someone happens to notice what we like to call "caveat clauses" in a home inspection or an appraisal report. These "caveat clauses" essentially identify a potential issue (or a few), but the report includes only a nebulous comment, or nothing may be said at all. Their "caveat clause" simply recommends an engineer review the issue(s) instead, and that's when we can help. For these situations, we appreciate time is of the essence, and we always do our best to accommodate these urgent requests for your buyer or seller clients.
Your first step is to send us an email so we can provide you more information regarding our fee structure and normal scope of services, along with list of our upcoming availabilities.
Please visit our blog for information on some of the more common residential issues we review.